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Happy Pi Day!!!

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi/

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Currently we have 191 Projects in the Studio. The newest Project is PI vs. PIE

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FAQ

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When is pi day?

March 14th every year.

Can I curate?

Maybe! If you are helpful!

What is pi?

Pi is a number that shows up in mathematics a lot! It is approximately 3.141592654.

Whats this π?

That is the symbol for pi!

How do I say "pi"

Pie.

Why is March 14th pi day?

If you write out date in US format spells the whole digit and the first two digits, which is 3.14

(Thanks @MiscelIaneous )

Were is pi on the number line?

3<π<4

How long is pi?

It has infinitely many decimal places.

Who discovered pi?

The Babylonians estimated pi to be about 25/8 (3.125), while the Egyptians estimated it to be about 256/81 (roughly 3.16). The Ancient Greek mathematician Archimedes of Syracuse (287-212 BC) is largely considered to be the first to calculate an accurate estimation of the value of pi.

More questions? Ask in the comments. We are happy to help!

Fun facts

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Pi = How(3) I(1) Wish(4) I(1) Could(5) Calculate(9) Pi(2)

3.14 = 413 = PIE = EIP

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Happy Pi Day!

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